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Ashburton Grain Market.

The Ashburton Agency of the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association c f Canterbury, Ltd., quotes as follows on July 14th, 1905 :— Wheat — Pearl 2s 7d to 2s 7*d. Tuscan ... ... 2s 8d to 2a B^d Hunter's ... ... 2s 6d New Oats— Koseberys ... Iss£dtols6d Garfcons ... Is 6sd to Is 7d Duns , Is7d to Is 7£d Danish Is 4Jd to Is 5d Old Oatsheaf Chaff—s7s 6d The above are prices current paid to farmers on trucks at Ashburton.

The following is the market report for week ending July 14th, 19..-5 : - Wheat —The market remainsjwithout any change except that sales are if anything more difficult to make, and with the exception of prime milling no business has been reported. Quotations are: —Tuscan 2s 8d to 2s BJd ; Pearl 2^ 7d to 2s 7.} d; Hunters 2s 6d to 2s 6|d. Good whole Fowl Wheat 2s sd.

Oats —There are no o<ita of any conse queuce available and therefore business is at a standstill. A few email lines have been sold for local use or coastal shipment, but nothing of any consequence has been reported. Values are:—Canadians Is Bd, Duns and Gartons Is7dtols7£d; Danish Is 4d to Is sd. O,S. Chaff—The market is quieter, the demand being satisfied for the present. 57s 6d is nominally the prise of prime quality

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Ashburton Grain Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6622, 15 July 1905

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Ashburton Grain Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6622, 15 July 1905

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